cession of fights in which we were engaged.
The sections are commanded by Lieutenants Brown, Clark Wilson, while First Sergeant J. E. Tilston is a host in himself.
On the morning of Sunday, the eig Colonel Gregg's brigade, of the Second division, and a portion of the Third division, under General Wilson, were hotly engaged with Stuart.
General Wilson sent word to General Sheridan that the enemGeneral Wilson sent word to General Sheridan that the enemy were driving him slowly back.
General Sheridan sent word that he must hold the position at all hazards; that he could and must whip the enemy.
Colonel Gregg's brigade, being reinforced by a regimever our heads admonished us that our friends were at hand, and had mistaken us for enemies.
Captain Wilson, the efficient signal officer of the Second division, was sent to the front and made signalsattention was paid to him, however, and continued firing was kept up, and one man killed.
Captain Wilson was compelled to advance to the bank of the river, where he hailed the fleet.
A boat was se